Hospital Board ends CEO’s contract with Full Buyout; COO chosen as interim leader

The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Board of Commissioners voted to terminate Superintendent Rodger McCollum’s contract during their regular meeting on Wednesday, March 3, 2016. The severance agreement includes a … [Read more...]

Parents Worried over Drugs, Alcohol at Freshman Campus; Prescription Drug Use New, Real Concern

When it comes to drugs, alcohol, partying and high school kids, it's something schools districts across the country deal with - and the Snoqualmie Valley is no exception. As a parent you do your best, try to … [Read more...]

Winter Homeless Shelter Moving to Fall City, Holds two Upcoming Meetings

As the Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter prepares to move from its current location at Snoqualmie United Methodist  Church to the Fall City area, it is offering two upcoming meetings to address concerns, … [Read more...]

On the Rise | Snoqualmie Valley School District Graduation Rate Hits new High

When Mount Si High School Principal John Belcher spoke at the Class of 2015 Graduation ceremony last June, he said he felt very connected that class because they both started as freshman together – back in the … [Read more...]

‘Greater Tuna,’ Satirical Look at small Town Life Comes to Valley Center Stage, Boxley’s

Valley Center Stage (VCS) and Boxley’s are excited to present two nights of dinner theater fun, combining Boxley’s great food and VCS's current show, Greater Tuna. Community members can enjoy the comfortable … [Read more...]

School Board Names District’s new Elementary School, it’s All about the TRE(E)S

At its January 28th meeting, the Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors picked a name for the district's new elementary school, scheduled to open in September 2016. The name was chosen during … [Read more...]

First Look at New Mount Si High School: Design Approved; Safety, Growth Issues up Budget by $20 million

Snoqualmie Valley School Board President Geoff Doy described the designs for the future, re-built Mount Si High School as "a school to be proud of," saying the schematic plans brought tears to his eyes. Raised … [Read more...]

Prices up, Inventory Shortage continues, but Snoqualmie Valley Offers Buyers Desirable, more Affordable Eastside Option

You can see it clearly in the graphics - the supply of homes for sale in the Snoqualmie Valley has shrunk by more than half over the past year. It appears the post-recession days of exploding inventory are … [Read more...]

Story Behind Viral Snoqualmie Fire Station Wedding Proposal Video Making it to National Airwaves

It started about a month ago as a simple request of a friend - Tyler Austin of TAustin Photography in Fall City. Friend and volunteer Snoqualmie firefighter, Marshall, told Tyler he was planning to pop the … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Popular in the Valley, Driving School Moves from Issaquah to Snoqualmie

One company is learning pretty quickly just how many kids live in the Snoqualmie Valley - kids who at some point need to learn how to drive. Last summer, Shield Driving School began offering Driver's Education … [Read more...]

City Allocates over $100,000 to Local Human Services Providers

Each year the City of Snoqualmie allocates 1% of its general fund to community organizations that provide services to benefit children, seniors, individuals and families in need. In 2016, that equates to … [Read more...]

Time to Organize that House | Sallal Grange Hosts Electronic Recycle Event this Weekend

Did you get a new game system or computer for Christmas? Or just doing a little New Year's home organizing and need to clean out your garage? Well then, the Sallal Grange is here to help this weekend when … [Read more...]

Top 10 Snoqualmie Valley Photos of 2015

One thing we love to do on the Living Snoqualmie Facebook page is share photos readers and followers send in. So once again we went through all of our Facebook photo shares for the year to see which pictures … [Read more...]

Hancock sells 100,000 acres of Snoqualmie Valley Forest Land

In late November, Snoqualmie City Councilman Charles Peterson said Hancock Timber had sold 100,000 acres of forest land in the Snoqualmie area - land managed by Hancock Forest Management, which issues access … [Read more...]

‘Focus on Snoqualmie’ Winning photo Announced, Featured on FREE Watershed Poster

Remember that Snoqualmie Valley photo contest that we told you about last summer?  Well, the winner was selected and HINT, it's someone whose photos you might be very familiar with if you follow us on Facebook. … [Read more...]

Winter Break, FREE All Day Fun at Cedar Watershed; Meet Karelian Bear Dogs!

On Wednesday, December 30, 2015, community members are invited to join Seattle Public Utilities for a fun-filled day of discovering wildlife in the Cedar River Watershed through hands-on activities, crafts, … [Read more...]

Properties Damaged by Recent Storm May be Eligible for Disaster Assistance

Did your property suffer any damages or losses as a result from the storm this past week? If so, you may be eligible for federal disaster assistance through King County as you begin to clean up. Eligibility … [Read more...]

Phase 4 Flood | Rain, Wind, Rising Snoqualmie River – AGAIN

UPDATE |  December 8th, 6:30PM The City of Snoqualmie said the Snoqualmie River has reached a phase 4 flood level, with the sum of the forks at 38,500 cfs as of 6:15PM and more steady, heavy rain forecast … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Alive with Holiday Festivities this Weekend: Tree Lightings, Concerts, Markets

Have you found your holiday spirit yet? If not, we've got plenty of festivities around the Snoqualmie Valley that may just help spark that spirit this weekend. In addition to the multiple events in North … [Read more...]

County Recommends NO Urban Growth Area Expansion in North Bend, Snoqualmie; No Fall City Business District Expansion

Each time King County updates its Comprehensive Plan, a door is opened to possible development in rural [zoned] areas of the county, including the Snoqualmie Valley. Around the Valley the topic, or the "D … [Read more...]